After his trade to the Celtics, some have been awaiting his debut.
He finishes it with 0 points and also shot 0-10 from the field in 32 minutes played.
"It’s pasture bedtime!”
Read a lot about people complaining that Jokic doesn't get calls so I went to look into it. According to NBA.com stats, Jokic has 196 shot attempts in the paint and 324 paint touches. . This is within 10 FGA of Zion Williamson at 206. Yet Jokic has only attempted 20 FT from the paint fouls. This constitutes as getting fouled while in the paint and not driving to the rim.
Some players with the same or more FT attempts from paint fouls: Bruce Brown (26), Serge Ibaka (24), Gordon Hayward (20), Danilo Gallinari (20), Taj Gibson (22), and Josh Okogie (20.)
The only players who get fouled less frequently are Thaddeus Young (5 fouls on 275 paint touches) and Nikola Vucevic (8 fouls on 271 paint touches.)
I'm a physician and have joined many facebook groups such as physician side gigs to see how other docs make extra income (especially since working full time is associated with such high burnout depending on the specialty) and I want to work the minimum that accounts as full time to pursue hobbies and other gigs that might offer income.
And over and over people post about real estate. I love investing and all, but real estate seems like a lot of work and eventual problems, in a competitive environment full of many people thinking the same as you.
The more I think about it, being strong with selling calls and puts to me is way more satisfying and fun. Depending on the IV a stock has, I mean, the returns can be very very good. I'm surprised many people don't do this. It almost seems there is a "hurr durr ReAl eStAte" mentality with my field since maybe many people aren't used to investing/requiring a financial advisor or fiduciary to handle it for them. I think thetagang strategies are a solid and practical way for income generation.
"I've made a couple calls about this ... I've heard that he [Justin Fields] is a last-guy-in, first-guy-out type of quarterback. Not the maniacal work ethic. I've even heard it compared to Justin Herbert where it was like, 'dude when Justin Herbert showed up, it was like a psychopath when it comes to working, to get ready for the draft - give me more, I want to work nonstop'. And I've heard that there are some questions when it comes to Justin Fields' work ethic."
It's still a live show currently so I can't include a timestamp, but here's the link.
One can argue one of the ONLY things these two QBs share is that they are black Ohio State prospects. Obviously saying they are similar in this way is very caveman-esqe. Even so, do you think that the epic destruction of Haskins in the NFL affects how people think of Fields? To rephrase that, would people have Fields rated higher going into the draft if Haskins was SUCCEEDING in the NFL?
Fields has his own problems keeping him lower as a prospect (throwing motion in particular) but I can’t help but think people will use the fact that the last black QB from Ohio State drafted in the first round flopped so hard to undervalue Fields.
the clip was from the bigten network, and of the run they said was the best. video was 30fps.
first frame with his hand off the ground was 28 seconds and 09 frames
the frame I am positive he was first over the finish line was 32 seconds and 25 frames
so 4 seconds and 16 frames. 16/30=.5333
so I have 4.533.
bottom left blue number is the second and frame
he may have got over an instant earlier, but the angle sucks. maybe you could drop it a hundredth of a second.
I'd actually like to apologize for the misleading title, though. Some of these are 3rd or 4th reads.
I am Blóðhundr, you can call me Bloodhound. The time for the hunt is almost upon us.
For those of you who have yet to find a team to take on Adrax and his pesky beacons, please use this thread as preparation grounds to form and/or find your own teams.
Any information regarding the Hunting Fields will also be compiled below.
Open season begins at reset (4 hours from this post). May the gods bless us.
John “Tank Commander” Wall scores 9 points on 2-12 shooting and 1-5 from 3, he also adds on 3 rebounds and 8 assists(4 TO’s). He has shot over 50% from the field twice since january 6th.
I (35M married, 2 kids) recently read a post about someone working in tech and most of the comments read "tldr: win the lottery" or similar. I was therefore inspired to post about my experience changing careers into a technical field and how it helped me amass almost $1.3M net worth. I don't live in the Bay Area, I live in the midwest in a town of about 1M people approximately half the cost-of-living as you'd see in the Bay Area.
This is a long post with a good deal of personal growth history, but hopefully if others are considering a career change to tech - this can help in some way. Additionally, I sprinkled in advice where I could.
I graduated college in late 2000s with an MS in Engineering and was earning a decent living as an engineer. In 2009, at the height of the housing crisis, I was laid off just before eligibility to test for PE (getting to stamp drawings as an engineer). Because of the rough market place and the fact that I was competing for jobs with PEs, I was out of work for a very long time. I ended up getting a job working nights managing a construction crew while I still searched for a job during the days.
Deciding to Change (Early 2010):
Eventually I decided that I had to make a career change, I was struggling so much. I applied for a job to develop software applications with zero background at an insurance company. Because they weren't paying market rates, they were willing to take chances on people without software backgrounds. I was so thankful to have a job offer, I didn't bother negotiating and accepted the job right away. *Mistake, always negotiate*
I had to teach myself how to develop, the job was very much a trial-by-fire. I spent all my free time working on software, trying to understand the IDE and language. I built a website showcasing my engineering projects. As my learning progressed, so did my career. Because the place typically underpaid and hired non-software background employees it was easy to start to rise in the ranks. I moved to Software Developer II, then Software Developer III, then Lead Software Developer.
Additionally, I enrolled in night classes for another MS, this time in cybersecurity. Building software was interesting to me, but so was cybersecurity. I thought if I coded all day and studied security it would be a good way t... keep reading on reddit ➡